Film and Television composer Nathan Barr invites you to join him at his studio, Bandrika, for an evening of music on the Barr/Fox Wurlitzer theater organ, this time featuring Harold Lloyd's classic 1927 comedy The Kid Brother. The film, in a newly restored version by Criterion, will be accompanied by acclaimed theater organist Christian Elliott.
Considered by many to be one of Lloyd's best works, The Kid Brother sees Harold in the title role of a young man vying for the approval of his family as he accidentally triggers a hilarious series of events in their town.
The evening will begin with a full demonstration of the Wurlitzer and all of its bells and whistles. This historic instrument lived on the Newman Scoring Stage at Fox from 1928 to 1998, and can be heard on countless film scores from the 20th century, including The Sound of Music, Patton, Home Alone, and The Day the Earth Stood Still.
6120 Yolanda Ave
Los Angeles, CA 91335
The two performances are outlined below. Seating is limited and tickets will be sold on a first come, first serve basis.